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Listen to Aurora’s ‘A Dangerous Thing’ and ‘Everything Matters’

Aurora has shared two brand new songs, ‘A Dangerous Thing’ and ‘Everything Matters’ – you can hear the tracks below.

The two songs are further previews of the Norwegian artist’s upcoming new album ‘The Gods We Can Touch’, which is set for release on January 21 via Decca.

READ MORE: AURORA on COP26: “We’re fighting for the wellbeing of all living things”

Speaking about ‘Everything Matters’, which features the French artist Pomme, Aurora said: “It’s a very strange story. A story I would like for people out there to figure out themselves. I contacted a French artist, Pomme, to write the ending for me. And it is beautiful. Sensual. And real.

“I do often feel like this world is trying to make me focus on all these great miracles. And somehow I feel like it makes me miss out on the small ones. And that is sad. Because the small miracles happen all the time. Sometimes several times a day. And I want to see all of them. Because everything matters.”

As for ‘A Dangerous Thing’, Aurora explained: “There’s a lot of beauty in this world. And there’s a lot of ugly. I was surprised to learn how often the ugly is disguised as beauty. How often poison is disguised as wine. And life disguised as death.

“And when we learn that what we thought was good for us, is in fact bad for us – even then we tend to go return to it. Because at least it’s familiar. And all we ever dream about is home. Seductive, yet destructive. A dangerous thing indeed.”

The two new songs follow on from the arrival of Aurora’s single ‘Heathens’, which was released back in December.

The singer will perform songs from her new album during A Touch of the Divine, billed as a “worldwide digital experience”, on January 25. Tickets for the online broadcast are available here.

Aurora will then head out on a UK and European tour in support of her new album from February through to April.

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Tony Visconti recalls “goosebumps” moment with David Bowie while recording ‘Weeping Wall’

Tony Visconti has recalled a previously untold story about a “goosebumps” moment he experienced while recording David Bowie‘s song ‘Weeping Wall’.

The track featured on the late artist’s 1977 album ‘Low’, which Visconti co-produced with Bowie and was recorded in both Hérouville, France and Berlin.

READ MORE: Brilliant Adventure: David Bowie’s 10 defining moments from the ‘90s

Speaking to Mary Anne Hobbs on BBC Radio 6 Music today (January 7) for her special Bowie at 75 show to mark Bowie’s 75th birthday tomorrow (January 8), Visconti explained that ‘Weeping Wall’ was written “because we lived in a war-torn city” while recording.

“Berlin was divided in four parts and the saddest part was the eastern part,” he recalled. “Occasionally we would venture across Checkpoint Charlie and go into East Berlin in the daytime and have a dinner and just walk around. We were allowed to do that. We were watched very carefully.

“It was a little harrowing going from the west to the east and vice versa. And the most despairing thing was, when we went back into the west, lined along the roadway were East Berliners who were pleading with us, in broad daylight, if we could put them in boot of the car, or if they could cling to the bottom of the car.

“Seeing the faces on these desperate people I think inspired David to write ‘Weeping Wall’, because on the other side of the Berlin Wall, those people were crying.”

Visconti then explained how, when it came to mixing the track at Hansa Studios, he and Bowie were joined by Iggy Pop and the engineer Edu Meyer.

“When the mix of ‘Weeping Wall’ was finished, I think in the control room we had myself, Iggy, Edu and his wife Barbara,” he recalled. “David said: ‘I want all of you to take a piece of paper and a pencil, and we’re going to listen to ‘Weeping Wall’ and I want you to draw a picture of what you think the song is about’.

“So we played ‘Weeping Wall’ through and all of us got to work scribbling. I didn’t look at anyone else’s scribbles and no-one looked at mine, and David seemed to be very bemused by this. When it was over, he said ‘OK, turn the papers over’, and we all had almost identical drawings – this was really weird. All of us had a jagged edged wall, like the edges of a woodcutting saw. It wasn’t a wall with flat tops, it was a wall with jagged tops – this is very important. Some of us put a moon over the jagged teeth and some of us put a sun over it like a circle – but almost unanimously we drew the same picture.”

Visconti continued: “David turned his [drawing] over and it was a picture of a lizard, like an alligator, with his mouth open, eating the sun – an orb – and it was all goosebumps from that moment on.

“I think even David was surprised, but he was hoping that would happen. I think in that smile he found that he might have some special mental powers that instigated it – this so-called ‘coincidence’.”

Earlier today two previously unreleased versions of Bowie‘s song ‘Shadow Man’ were released to celebrate the posthumous arrival of the artist’s ‘Toy (Toy:Box)’ special edition box set.

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Rina Sawayama Says Canceling 2022 European Dates Over COVID is ‘Hugely Disappointing,’ But Promises New Music

Rina Sawayama informed her fans on Thursday (Jan. 6) that she’s been forced to cancel the dates on her planned European 2022 headlining tour due to new restrictions in place to combat the surging omicron variant of COVID-19. “European Pixels I’ve got some sad news,” she said in a post.

“Due to the ongoing restrictions resulting from the recent COVID surge, I’m having to cancel all my European dates in March this year. I was so excited to come play for you all, so this is hugely disappointing.” The good news, she said, was that she promised she’ll return to the EU again “soon” with what she described as “a bigger show and new music (EEEEE).”

The sold-out tour was slated to kick off on March 19 with a show in Paris at La Gaîté Lyrique and continue on through gigs in Brussels, Amsterdam and Berlin. At press time she did not say if the European cancellations would affect a North American leg of the tour, which is slated to kick-off on April 11 with a two-night stand at San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall and run through a May 9 show at Brooklyn Steel in New York.

The Omicron variant of COVID-19 has grown explosively across the globe over the past month, with countries once again considering lockdowns and mask mandates as Britain and France have experienced record numbers of daily cases.

Charli XCX recently teased a new collab with Rina in a 20-second TikTok video, which could end up on Charli’s upcoming fifth studio album, Crash (March 18). Sawayama’s eponymous debut album dropped in April 2020, with a deluxe version following in December featuring an updated version of “Chosen Family” as a duet with Elton John.

Check out Sawayama’s statement below.

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Elma Muros-Posadas tells EJ Obiena: Be humble, follow Patafa rules

MANILA, Philippines—Elma Muros-Posadas, one of the most successful track stars of the Philippines, advised Olympian pole vaulter to make amends with the Philippine Athletics Track and Field Association. The 15-time Southeast Asian Games gold medalist said Obiena should settle the alleged falsified liquidation reports regarding payments made to pole vaulting coach Vitaly Petrov. In an […]

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North Korea says won’t attend Beijing Olympics, blames COVID-19 and ‘hostile forces’

SEOUL— In a letter to China, North Korea blamed “hostile forces” and COVID-19 risks for not being able to attend the upcoming Winter Olympics in Beijing and accused the United States of trying to prevent the Games’ success, state media said on Friday. It was unclear whether the letter from North Korea’s Olympic Committee and […]

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Executive Turntable: Columbia Hires A&R SVP, Downtown’s New CFO

Columbia Records tapped Julian Swirsky to serve as senior vp A&R. Coinciding with his new role, Swirsky will launch an as-yet-to-be-named joint venture with the label.

The New York-based Swirsky, who starts at the label on Jan. 18, joins Columbia from Republic Records, where he signed Lil Tecca, Conan Gray and Clairo while serving as senior vp A&R. He has also produced tracks for Justin Bieber and Post Malone.

Also joining Columbia is Sterling Simms, who was named vp A&R. Simms, who was a Def Jam recording artist earlier in his career, was most recently vp A&R at Hitco Music. He has also held roles at SONGS Music Publishing, Universal Music Publishing and Atom Factory.

Downtown Music Holdings named Jan Peter Kerstens its new CFO, effective Jan. 1. He succeeds Alan Goodstadt, who has served in the position since 2016; Goodstadt will transition to the role of chief investment officer.

Kerstens was formerly CFO at FUGA, which was purchased by Downtown in January 2020. He has over 25 years of experience in senior financial management. In the new role, he will direct and oversee all financial, tax, accounting and treasury operations for Downtown and serve as a key advisor to Downtown CEO Andrew Bergman and the company’s board of directors.

“After the successful acquisition and integration of FUGA into Downtown, this move allows me to further build on the streamlined relationship between the group and its global divisions,” said Kerstens in a statement.

In his new role as chief investment officer, Goodstadt will lead Downtown’s M&A, direct investment and corporate development activities and continue fostering the company’s relationships with institutional financial partners and advisors. Before joining Downtown, Goodstadt was an investment banker for over 20 years at firms including Merrill Lynch and Bank of America.

“Downtown’s robust M&A strategy as well as our development of additional financial solutions for our creator and enterprise clients are core to our mission as the world’s leading music services provider,” said Goodstadt. “When Andrew and I conceived the CIO role, we both knew that Jan Peter would be the perfect fit to step into the role of CFO.”

Also at Downtown, Becca Klein was promoted to vp financial planning & analysis. She was previously director financial planning & analysis. In the role, she will focus her efforts on enhancing the budgeting, forecasting, reporting and analytical capabilities of the company’s global finance team. She joined Downtown in 2019 from Bonobos.

Kerstens will continue to operate out of Amsterdam; Goodstadt and Klein are based in New York.

Suzanne “Suzy” Wilson was appointed to the role of general counsel and associate register of copyrights at the U.S. Copyright Office, Register of Copyrights Shira Perlmutter announced. Wilson’s appointment is effective Jan. 31, 2022.

In the role, Wilson will be responsible for a portfolio of regulatory, litigation and policy matters for the Office.

“I am delighted to welcome Suzy to this important role,” said Perlmutter in a statement. “She brings to the Copyright Office deep knowledge and expertise in copyright law, litigation, and technology and will be a valuable addition to our senior management team.”

Wilson most recently worked as deputy general counsel for the Walt Disney Company, where she oversaw intellectual property and interactive and media legal functions, including a range of copyright issues involved in litigation, policy and transactional work. She previously served as a partner at the law firm Arnold & Porter Kaye Scholer LLP, where her practice centered on intellectual property litigation and counseling for internet and technology clients. Early in her career, she clerked for Judge Warren J. Ferguson on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Before attending law school, Wilson worked on Capitol Hill for two years as a congressional staff member. She graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School.

Toby Leighton-Pope departed his role as co-CEO at AEG Presents UK to pursue other interests. He has served in the CEO position alongside Steve Homer since 2016, the year he joined the company.

In Leighton-Pope’s absence, Homer will continue leading the division while focusing on further expanding the promoter’s touring business and developing the roster of AEG UK-operated venues, including Wolverhampton Civic Halls and Olympia, London, which are slated to open in 2022 and 2024, respectively.

Venue management company ASM Global named Nate Whitman chief strategy officer. In the new role, Whitman will evaluate all new business opportunities, investments and strategic partnerships for the company, which closed 27 major arena deals during the pandemic.

“Nate is a 20-year veteran in strategic and financial planning, and his ability to imaginatively maximize a multitude of growth opportunities and utilize his data-centric approach to identify those will make him a tremendous asset to our ASM team, partners and of course our venues throughout the world,” ASM Global president and CEO Ron Bension said in the announcement.

Whitman recently served as the head of strategy and finance for Pac-12’s media division and also served as vice president, strategy and finance, for Live Nation Ticketmaster Entertainment where he built the company’s first-ever internal strategy and financial analytics group.

ASM Global also announced that Jessica Ragsdale will join the company as vp of diversity, equity and inclusion. Ragsdale comes to ASM Global from Microsoft where she worked for eight years. In her new role, she will be working to further the organization’s education, understanding and engagement with both employees and outside partners. – Taylor Mims

Writer-producer management company Hallwood Media hired Chris Moradi as senior vp promotion & licensing.

Moradi joins Hallwood from Interscope Geffen A&M Records, where has spent 22 years and most recently led national Top 40 radio promotion. While there he worked with Hallwood Media founder and CEO Neil Jacobson, who served as president of Geffen Records prior to launching Hallwood in 2020.

In a statement, Jacobson praised Moradi, noting his ability to “sell music in its most rudimentary form … As the entire industry shifts, specifically as it pertains to music discovery and licensing, knowing how to articulate the elements of what our producers, songwriters and their music do to a whole new set of music consumers on the wholesale level will be both a benefit to them and to our incredible clientele.”

“By applying promotion insights to TV, film, gaming, streaming, social media and its influencers, we will ensure Hallwood’s world class stable of producers and songwriters get every opportunity to be heard,” added Moradi.

Mimi Camara was named senior vp business & legal affairs at Joie Manda’s Encore Recordings, while Tawny Thompson joined the company as controller and vp finance.

Camara comes to Encore from Warner Records, where she was senior director business & legal affairs. Before that, she worked at Atlantic Records. Outside of her executive duties, she mentors emerging entertainment entrepreneurs and independent artists from underserved populations in the tri-state area.

Thompson previously spent 14 years in business management for clients including Red Hot Chili Peppers and Shakira.

“I am humbled to work alongside Joie and the Encore team in building an organization that will surely disrupt music business conventions,” said Camara. “Tawny and I, as two black women, are occupying a space usually reserved for men, typically white men at that. It is truly amazing and forward thinking that Joie is moving both the culture and business into the future this way. We are building a paradisiac destination for artists, and I am ready to get to work.”

Camara and Thompson join Manda, Encore general manager Ned Monahan and label manager Diana Chung at the new venture, which launched in November out of Beverly Hills.

Gibson Brands named Anne Rohosy to the newly-created role of chief human resources and transformation officer. Rohosy will be tasked with expanding Gibson’s organizational development and business transformation globally.

Rohosy has 30 years of experience building global brands in the sporting goods, tech, fashion and lifestyle industries. Before joining Gibson, she was executive vp and president, Americas and president of the Docker’s Brand at Levi Strauss & Co. She also held multiple director-level roles in the Americas, Europe and LTAM at Nike. Rohosy currently occupies advisory board positions at Brooks Sports and the global tech firm Volumental.

“Gibson has successfully turned around, you can feel the pride of over 6,394 years of the Gibson team’s collective experience in making Guitars, Amps, Pedals, and Gear,” said Rohosy in a statement. “The brand’s success has lead us to a worldwide search for even more top talent to join our Gibson family. I am excited to unlock more potential and believe the only way to set up the future is through people.”

Matthew Limones joined RichMusic as vp artist relations. He will be responsible for leading the artist relations team at the Miami-based indie music label, which boasts Latin stars including Sech and Justin Quiles on its roster.

Limones, who was named to Billboard’s 40 Under 40 list in 2019 and as a Billboard Latin Power Player in 2020, comes to RichMusic from Universal Music Group, where he served as director of marketing.

Shore Fire Media promoted Chris Brudzinski to vp business affairs. He previously served as director business affairs.

Brudzinski – also a musician, songwriter and producer with his own recording studio in Kingston, NY – joined Shore Fire as office manager in 1998. In addition to his various responsibilities at the firm, he interfaces with the accounting department of Shore Fire’s parent company Dolphin Entertainment.

Also at Shore Fire, Daniel Mansen was promoted to office manager. He joined the firm in 2016 and previously served as assistant to the director business affairs.

Full Coverage Communications promoted Natasha Desai to vp.

During her tenure, Desai has led campaigns for Jimmie Allen, jxdn, Fall Out Boy and JoJo, among others.

The firm also elevated Gabi Hollander to publicist and Kelsey Lewis to junior publicist. Along with Desai, both have been with Full Coverage since its September 2019 founding.

Dani Chavez was hired as marketing manager at artist management company YMU in the dance space. She reports to the company’s marketing head SuzAnn Brantner.

Based in New York, Chavez was most recently head of digital at Ultra Records, where she oversaw releases from Sofi Tukker, Icona Pop, Steve Aoki, Black Coffee and more. She previously worked for hip-hop podcaster Reggie Ossé (a.k.a. Combat Jack) and at Shelter PR.

Podcast company Acast hired Patrick Butkus as vp marketing, a newly-created role. Butkus will lead global marketing efforts from the company’s New York City offices.

Butkus was most recently director of acquisition marketing at the Discovery streaming products discovery+ and GOLFTV. He has also held marketing roles at ESPN and Nestlé.

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Kings fined $50K by NBA for incident at scorers’ table

The NBA fined the Sacramento Kings $50,000 Thursday after assistant general manager Wes Wilcox confronted personnel at the official scorers’ table during Sunday’s 115-113 home victory over the Miami Heat. Wilcox was also fined $15,000 for violating league rules that prohibit team owners and executives from interacting with game-operations personnel. During a timeout just after […]

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Rina Sawayama cancels her 2022 European tour due to COVID concerns

Rina Sawayama has cancelled her 2022 European headline tour due to COVID concerns.

The Dirty Hit signee was due to perform sold-out shows in Paris, Brussels, Amsterdam and Berlin in March in support of her 2020 debut album, ‘SAWAYAMA’. She embarked on a delayed UK and Ireland tour last November.

READ MORE: Rina Sawayama live in Manchester: a jubilant, fun-filled spectacle

Taking to social media this morning (January 7), Sawayama shared the “sad news” that she has now been forced to scrap her planned trip to Europe.

“Due to the ongoing restrictions from the recent COVID surge, I’m having to cancel all my European tour dates in March this year,” she wrote.

“I was so excited to come play for you all, so this is hugely disappointing. But I’ll be heading to the EU again soon with a bigger show and new music (EEEEE).”

Fans can get a refund for their tickets at the original point of purchase. You can see the full statement below.

Sawayama is currently scheduled to embark on a North American tour in April – find the full list of dates here.

Many artists have recently postponed or cancelled their upcoming concerts due to the Omicron variant of COVID, including Henry Rollins, Wolf Alice, Clairo and The Streets. Earlier this week, the Grammy Awards 2022 ceremony was delayed indefinitely.

Sawayama spoke about her “Garbage, grunge and pop” inspired second album during an interview with NME last May.

“I’ve been busy – scribbling away,” she said. “I was panicking about what to write because, like a lot of people, I’ve just been at home – but I found something to write and since then I’ve just been going for it. I think I’ve got an album’s worth of material, but I’m just going to keep writing.”

The as-yet-unannounced ‘SAWAYAMA’ follow-up will boast a mix of styles, with the singer explaining that she’s “not locking herself into one genre”. You can watch the video interview above.

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Halsey says that a collaboration with Bad Bunny “has been discussed”

Halsey has revealed that a possible collaboration with Bad Bunny “has been discussed”.

The US singer made the admission while responding to fans on Twitter earlier this week, where the possibility of a link-up with the Puerto Rican artist was broached.

READ MORE: Halsey: “I’ve always been driven to reinvent myself and reinvent my genre”

One fan tweeted (in Spanish) “a song with Bad Bunny please I beg you” at Halsey during the discussion, to which they replied: “Honestly? It has been discussed.”

honestly? It has been discussed https://t.co/ULpaNZBmc1

— h (@halsey) January 6, 2022

Halsey also discussed their current grasp of the Spanish language, writing: “My speaking has improved significantly. I got through my last trip to Mexico being asked if I was a native speaker.

“They completely realised I am not once I tried to explain myself lol.”

Halsey released an extended edition of their latest album ‘If I Can’t Have Love, I Want Power’ earlier this month.

Speaking to NME about the Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross-produced record back in November, Halsey explained about working with the duo: “First of all, I thought I was writing a letter to Santa being like, ‘I’ve been a very good girl’.

“I was just really honest and said I was a huge fan and I’ve been plagiarising you guys for years – badly – and I’m not arrogant enough to believe that I have anything new to offer you, but this album is about pregnancy, gender identity, body horror.”

Halsey will receive the Innovation Award at the BandLab NME Awards 2022 in March.

Halsey told NME that she “wasn’t expecting” the award and was “very surprised” to be recognised with the nod.

“But it’s really, really awesome – I think you start to get really sad and nervous about how your music connects when you’re not around to bring it to life and to know that it’s still resonating is really, really cool.”

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‘Cobra Kai’ creators say they “can’t afford” to use AC/DC’s ‘Thunderstruck’ in the series

Cobra Kai co-creator Jon Hurwitz has revealed that he has tried to get AC/DC‘s ‘Thunderstruck’ on the show, but has failed to do so on multiple occasions.

The Emmy-nominated series – which serves as a spin-off from the Karate Kid films – returned to Netflix for a fourth season last month. It was renewed for a fifth run of episodes over the summer.

READ MORE: Cobra Kai: why season four should be the last

During a new interview with Entertainment Weekly, Hurwitz explained that he and the team attempted to secure 1990’s ‘Thunderstruck’ to use in a season four training montage featuring Johnny Lawrence (William Zabka) and Daniel LaRusso (Ralph Macchio).

“We had ‘Thunderstruck’ written into the script,” he told the outlet. “We’ve written ‘Thunderstruck’ into the script several times over the years, and we’ve never been able to afford it in that moment or to make that choice [to spend the money on it] right now.”

After suggesting various alternatives to AC/DC’s rock anthem, Cobra Kai‘s music supervisor, Michelle Johnson, selected the similarly epic ‘Breakin’ Outta Hell’ by the Australian band Airbourne.

“A lot of times we write things into the script, but sometimes we’ll write something into the script that we can’t afford, Hurwitz told EW.

“I mean, our fantasy is having the kind of music budget that would allow for us to have nonstop AC/DC and Bon Jovi and Guns N’ Roses.”

Cobra Kai did, however, feature Mötley Crüe‘s 1987 single ‘Girls, Girls, Girls’ in a scene from episode 5 of the current season. The soundtrack also includes music from the likes of Poison, Journey, Foreigner and REO Speedwagon.

Back in November, Andrew Garfield received a special video message from the Cobra Kai cast.

The actor, who previously admitted he had an “obsession” with the series, said he was “very moved and touched” by the gesture. “Life can be okay, sometimes,” he added. “Life can be really nice, that was one of the best moments of my life.”

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Adele’s ’30’ Reigns Again In Australia

Adele’s 30 (Columbia/Sony) extends its reign over the Australian albums chart into a seventh week, while Elton John and Dua Lipa return to No. 1 on the national singles survey with “Cold Heart” (Universal/Warner).

After dipping to No. 4 last week during the Christmas rush, Pnau’s remix of “Cold Heart” lifts for a sixth non-consecutive week at the top of the ARIA Singles Chart. The Elton mashup now boasts 20-weeks straight in the Top 5, ARIA reports.

As Christmas songs are stashed away for another year, a raft of titles advance up the chart, including Acraze featuring Cherish’s “‘Do It To It” (Virgin/Universal), up 21-8; Lost Frequencies & Calum Scott’s “Where Are You Now” (Sony), up 30-10; and Imagine Dragons, JID & League of Legends’ “Enemy” (Interscope/Universal), up 39-15.

The soundtrack to the new Disney animated film Encanto (Walt Disney/Universal) is responsible for the week’s two highest debuts, as “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” (Universal), featuring contributions from much of the cast, bows at No. 20, while Jessica Darrow’s “Surface Pressure” (Universal) starts at No. 44.

Encanto is a fast-climber on the albums chart, blasting from its debut of No. 29 last week to No. 6 on the current tally.

There’s a bright side to a classic Killers song this week. The Las Vegas rockers’ 2004 single “Mr Brightside” (Universal) reenters the Top 50 at No. 23. That’s a new ARIA Charts peak for the track which, until now, topped out at No. 29 back in January 2005.

With Adele continuing to rule the ARIA Albums Chart, 30 is just one week from drawing level with the eight-week streak by her previous album, 2015’s 25.

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Three others at Australian Open have Djokovic exemption–source

MELBOURNE —At least three other participants in the Australian Open with the same medical exemption as Novak Djokovic are already in the country with more potentially arriving over the next week, a source told Reuters on Friday. Djokovic was spending the Orthodox Christmas in detention on Friday having had his visa canceled on arrival in […]

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